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NBC
Jan 23, 2010 7:00am EST
west all week. we will begin with miguel almaguer who joins us from la canada flintridge, california. >> reporter: the big concern in this community was mud slides. it appears mother nature and sandbags seem to work together. now time for the cleanup. the damage was done in just five days. cleanup may take weeks. thinking mud, tangled debris littered the streets. in southern california, neighbors aren't just cleaning up. they are going home. the threat of mud slides forced thousands to evacuate is over. now they are given the all-clear to return back. as the storms move into arizona, it flooded parts of sedona. 100 miles away, this house left dangling as water rages below. >> we don't expect to drown. >> reporter: in scottsdale, arizona the storm also damaged antique cars when poles were tossed by strong winds. the eastern part of the state, whiteout conditions forced the closure of several interstates and roads. there's good news for parts of the west. all of the rain and snow put a dent in the drought and parched the region in recent years. >> we got a good soaking in t
NBC
Jan 23, 2010 6:00am EST
younger brother told us what he would miss most. >> his looks, his personality, his everything, his style, his attitude, his work habits, everything, mostly his mind. >> reporter: prince william county says 19-year-old mohammed wali was driving alone on friday night and lost control and crossed the median. this white van slammed into the honda. mohammed died at the scene. >> i don't believe alcohol was a factor. i believe speed is going to be the factor. >> reporter: the woman driving the white van will also likely face charges, not directly related to the accident but because her 4-year-old was in the front seat. police add that the little girl was not in a child safety seat. the mother a daughter were flown to a nearby hospital and are expected to be okay. meanwhile, back in woodbridge, mo hamy wali's family gets ready for a funeral. >> he was a good boy, very good boy. i love him. he is gone away. we will see him in another world. >> on the day when we all pass away, we are going to see him eventually. god bless him. i love you, mohammed. i love you 'til the day i die. >> reporter: cra
CSPAN
Jan 23, 2010 2:00am EST
one place the d.o.t. effort to gather, analyze and interpret data useful for identifying indicators of potential violence action. al-tikriti copperheads of inducible catalog of those indicators that can be updated continuously and made available throughout the d.o.t. in the military services. in closing i want to thank you again for your past and continuing service to this nation. your report is a significant first up in identifying the areas that need to be improved from internal domestic terrorist activities. thank you very much and i yield back. >> i thank the gentleman from california. now the witnesses, the honorable togo west, secretary west. make sure-- >> there we go. i have it now. thank you sir. i wonder if you have our written statement. i wonder if we can submit it to you for inclusion in the record? >> of course, both written statements will be submitted into the record without objection. >> we will take just a few minutes and admiral chloridize to hit some highlights of we would like to call to your attention. i would go first and with your permission he will pick up. >>
CSPAN
Jan 23, 2010 2:00am EST
. and what the american people really want us to focus on is, how can we raise their wages and create jobs for those who have lost theirs instead of focusing on issues that do not create jobs, and in fact, we're going to cause more americans to lose their jobs. we need to focus on raising taxes, growing government and while the stimulus plans. where the jobs you promised the american people? the american people send you a wake-up call on tuesday in massachusetts, mr. president. i hope you were listening. with that, i yield back. >> the gentleman from kansas is recognized for two minutes. >> just like reasonable executive compensation rules to increase financial -- just like reasonable executive compensation, goals to increase financial stability should not be partisan. the fannie and freddie should not be there. i'm disappointed in my friends on the other side of the aisle when they were in control of the congress they did not do more to regulate fannie and freddie. we missed a golden opportunity that would have avoided a lot of the problems we are facing now if we had not had such a
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2010 11:00pm EST
groceries like you used to because of cuts in the county transit system. toughest decades our middle class has faced in generations. this has been a decade where pedaled faster and faster, only to find themselves stuck in the behind. the average income actually flat lines, in some cases went down. that is before the crisis. for many of you,even as you've found your paychecks shrinking, even as you've found the value of your biggest asset - your home - falling, the cost of everything has gone up. the cost of groceries. the cost of sending your kids tothe cost of saving for retirement. faced is the breakneck, the health care you need. i didn't run for president to turn away from these challenges. i didn't run for president to kick them down the road. them - once and for all. i ran for this office to rebuild our economy so it works not just for a fortunate few, but for hardworking people in this country. to create good jobs that can rising. to improve the quality of america's schools and lift up great community colleges like this, which are so important to our future. to make tha
NBC
Jan 23, 2010 9:00am EST
than a decade. jackie bensen tells us how police first talked to the man just two days after the georgetown murder. >> reporter: on mar 28th, 1990, 67-year-old charlie hop was found stabbed to death just inside the door of his home on 35th street in georgetown. at that violent scene, police found something very unusual, the d.c. driver's license of frederick morton, a man they knew as a serial burglar. on march 30, 1990, morton showed them a police report indicating he had lost his wallet and driver's license two weeks earlier. he was released and might never have been questioned about that murder again except for another murder. on january 21st, 1997, 25-year-old sharon moscowitz was found strangled. police released security camera pictures with a man in a sweatshirt with the letters pitt on it. for 12 years, the crime remained unsolved. a break when newly enhanced pictures were released two mants a months ago, a call came in from someone who recognized the man in the pit sweatshirt as frederick morrison. >> this person will not do this to anybody's child ever again. >> reporter
CSPAN
Jan 22, 2010 11:00pm EST
has a wonderful list of resources under our help section. so many of us thought that abortion would solve our problems pregnancy, but the reality is that the abortion created a host of other problems for us personally, physically and spiritually. abortion changes you forever. we agree with those who say that women deserve other than abortion. we've been down that dead-end road and we want to prevent another generation for wasting their time and their life, going down the same direction. personal experience inspires us to work to make abortion unthinkable and unnecessary. [cheers and applause] illegal. we are the reality of abortion and we will be silent no more. thank you. [cheers and applause] >> i'm janet marino, executive director of priests for life and the silent no more winners campaign. [cheers and applause] and they bring you greetings on behalf of father frank. let's see the signs supporting the campaign. [cheers and applause] that's right. we want to invite you after the march for life. stay up at the supreme court at 315 and hear the brave men and women of the campaign gi
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